SFCC students have the chance to intern for a Florida senator - if they survive "The Interns."
If the word "tricycle" conjures up images of the shiny red model from childhood, think again.
Even without his teeth, Andrew Enriquez smiled.
Nations collided on Hume Field on Sunday as students competed for a gold-colored cup and the right to be called champion of the Americas.
In the name of school spirit, some students would give the shirts off their backs.
Tasers have been used 17 times in University Police Department incidents since summer 2001, according to the UPD spokesman.
As thousands of activists converged on Jena, La., more than 400 UF students participated in two silent rallies Thursday in support of six black students involved in a racially charged controversy.
One out of every 12 college students has thought about suicide and planned a way to do it, according to Active Minds, a student-based mental-health advocacy program.
First Amendment rights and the freedom of the press must not be tampered with, said the editor of USA Today on Thursday night.
With Gov. Charlie Crist's proposal to cut state funds for university building projects, several brand-new buildings under construction at UF might remain the newest buildings for a while.
Former Florida senator, governor and UF alumnus Bob Graham will speak about the importance of learning a foreign language Sept. 28.
Though its numbers had dwindled, a group of about 70 UF students marched through the drizzling rain Wednesday to again protest the Monday arrest and Tasering of UF student Andrew Meyer.
On the glass window at the entrance, bold letters read, "Only University of Florida students, faculty, staff or their spouses may use the Broward Outdoor Recreation Complex. Guests are not allowed …"
Tuesday's protest over University Police Department officers' Tasering and arrest of Andrew Meyer, a UF telecommunication senior, offered a chance for Chomp the Vote to increase its visibility, said a Student Government official.